Posts Tagged ‘Ghana’

World Cup 2010, USA vs Algeria, Slovenia vs England, Ghana vs Germany, Australia vs Serbia

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Our regular host Dan Vikman is still in South Africa enjoying the beautiful African winter and the brilliant World Cup atmosphere, but one of our producers Niklas Joelsson will, together with Jonathan Deeley and Richie Sheridan, look into all the different possibilities and scenarios ahead of the last matches in both Group C and Group D today.

All eyes will be on England ahead of their final match against Slovenia in Group C and English bookmakers Jonathan and Richie are having their say about England’s current form and their chances.

Ghana is currently sitting in top of Group D, but will they overcome Germany and reach the second round, or will Serbia and the Germans leapfrog them in the last group stage round to reach the last 16? Don’t miss all the preview talk in today’s Inside Expekt.

Today’s matches Wednesday 23rd June:

16.00 USA vs Algeria

16.00 Slovenia vs England

20.30 Ghana vs Germany

20.30 Australia vs Serbia

Also, predict the correct score in the Ghana vs Germany vs tonight and you can win €5 into your betting account at The first posted comment with the correct prediction wins.

World Cup 2010, Netherlands vs Japan, Ghana vs Australia, Cameroon vs Denmark [Video]

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Cameroon vs Denmark clashes on Saturday evening and we can expect a fiercy encounter where Richie Sheridan predicts a lot of bookings as a bet to look at.

Ghana vs Australia Australia need to bounce back after losing heavily to Germany and Richie likes the odds on them, 4.35, to win the match against Ghana but his colleague Jonathan Deeley don’t agree.

Netherlands vs Japan Netherlands snatched a 2-0 victory over Denmark and is probably the banker of the day when they take on Japan. Or..?

Today’s matches Saturday 19th June:

13.30 Netherlands vs Japan

16.00 Ghana vs Australia

20.30 Cameroon vs Denmark

€5 is up for grabs to the one who first post a comment with the correct prediction of the score between Cameroon vs Denmark.

World Cup 2010, Germany vs Australia, algeria vs Slovenia and Serbia vs Ghana [Video]

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

Germany is entering the tournament against Australia and we have German ex-striker Fredi Bobic from with us live on the phone from Berlin. Fredi Bobic feels that Germany have a young, interesting side that can reach the semi-finals and they start the tournament as favorites against Australia.

Jonathan Deeley eyes Algeria vs Slovenia and Serbia vs Ghana. Serbia is a red-hot outsider and the odds on Serbia is something to consider.

Matches Sunday 13th June:

13:30 Algeria – Slovenia

16.00 Serbia – Ghana

20.30 Germany – Australia

We’re looking for the correct score between Germany – Australia, post your predictions and we’ll reward the first correct comment with €5.

World Cup 2010, Group D betting preview [Video]

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

We’re back with reviewing Group D of the World Cup tournament with Germany, Australia, Serbia and Ghana. Germany and Ghana are the clear favourites in this group. Hear what Dan and Richie has to say about Group D.

Roger Milla predicts that Ghana will beat Nigeria and reach the final

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Roger Milla predicts that Ghana will beat Nigeria and reach the final in African Cup of Nations, but bookie Jonathan Deeley goes in another direction when he chats to Dan Vikman. What will your pick be? Place your bets at

The quarter-finals kick off African Cup of Nations with Angola v Ghana and Ivory Coast v Algeria

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Time for the heavy-weight duels in African Cup of Nations when the quarter-finals kicks off. Angola v Ghana and Ivory Coast v Algeria are the first teams out. Richie Sheridan and Dan Vikman pull out the dumbells and predict at And of course Roger Milla has his tips ready. Don’t miss!

Both favourites win for the first time in the African Cup of Nations

Monday, January 18th, 2010

With Ivory Coast cruising past a young Ghana side on Friday, those who have backed the favorites recent days are most probably happier now. Recently journalists have been calling and asking about the cup and the upsets at the start of tournament. Was something strange going on? No, not at all. It is quite clear that more and more African nations are learning to defend and play organized football in 90 minutes and I have a strong feeling that the favorites will rule from now.

I am quite certain that Cameroon will win on Sunday evening and Tunisia as well. Our own Roger Milla backs both to win and hopes to have a 100 percent strike rate in his tips this weekend after opting for a Nigeria and Egypt double. I was lucky myself, winning on a four-fold with Sheffield United, Crystal Palace, Brentford and Sheffield Wednesday. Or maybe it was skill? Let us see what this Sunday brings